The Chiltern School is a maintained area special school with a complex needs designation.
Our learners are aged 3-19 and are identified with a range of layered needs. This can include Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties, Severe Learning Difficulties, Moderate Learning Difficulties, Autistic Spectrum Conditions, Communication Disorders, and Social Emotional Mental Health Needs.
Our provision focuses on personalised learning to meet the holistic needs of the class group. As an inclusive school community, we are committed to providing a vibrant and fulfilling offer to our learners.
All of our learners have an Education Health Care Plan or Statement of Educational Needs.
The annual review process is built on Person Centred Planning, actively involving the child or young person and their community of support.
We are committed to partnership working through a collaborative approach with internal and external agencies. Our staff have a range of specialist qualifications to promote personalised learning throughout the school day.
To learn more about the support and services available to children and young people with SEND, please visit Central Bedfordshire’s Local Offer webpage by clicking the following link:
What is a Local Offer?
You can also download the Local Offer as a PDF here:
About Our School
Ever since James started at The Chiltern School he’s been like a different person. He loves school and can’t wait to get there everyday. We’ve seen such a massive change in his behaviour and outlook.